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Court News & Notices
Posted November 29, 2018
Governor Appoints Monique S. Langhorne as Superior Court Judge
Posted February 14, 2017
Bail Bond Exoneration Memo
Posted January 1, 2017
Posted October 24, 2016
Court Interpreter-Spanish Job Announcement
Posted March 1, 2016
Youth & Adult Applicants Sought for Juvenile Justice Commission
Posted September 30, 2015
Civil, Estates, and Family Law Voluntary Mediation
Posted December 23, 2013
Temporary Judge Program
Effective January 3, 2017, the court is offering the option to electronically file legal documents to the court (eFiling). To eFile documents, first you must select an electronic filing service provider (EFSP) that acts as the intermediary between you and the court to file your documents. Each EFSP offers a variety of additional services and you should evaluate which provider meets your filing needs. Regardless of which EFSP you choose, once you register with an EFSP, you do not need to re-register if you choose another provider. For a list of certified EFSPs select Continue.